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CBS
Jun 30, 2012 11:00pm EDT
in northwest baltimore city and northwest baltimore county. last night's storm knocked down trees that knocked out part of the sanitation system. people in those areas tonight are still being urged to conserve water. >> it takes a lot of time to refill those tanks, so people who start getting water in the southern part of the system, areas like pikesville, they need to refrain from using that water. >> that's kurt cokier with bpw. he expects everything will be back in order tomorrow morning. the power problems also forced several businesses to close, including lots of gas stations in maryland, people having to hit one after another gas station that were shut down. i heard of one gas station that had a 20 minute wait for gas today, 70 cars in line at one time. all day long, viewers have been sharinging incredible videos and pictures of the storm. here's a look at more of them. >> reporter: incredible lightning and scary winds lead to widespread storm damage on the streets of maryland like this one. some trees fell on homes. this homeowner was asleep when a huge tree crashed into his bedroom roo
ABC
Jul 1, 2012 6:30pm EDT
made the 5 of the 700 reports across the area, hartford, to baltimore city. i got to facebook message in rosedale with war zone like conditions. just impressive stuff. take a look at the pictures we got in. powerlines are down and as we head towards chester town, both toppled with wind 70 miles an hour from michael. just impressive pictures. send those pictures to facebook. here's what's going on guys. we're kind of sandwiched between two weather events. dallas warning in norfolk and virginia beach. this is going to be a dangerous storm event from detroit back  towards cincinnati and columbus. does it make into the baltimore viewing area? once again, we'll answer that coming up. >>> millions are frustrated. we know you had it up to here with sweating. abc 2 news cheryl connor with a family. >> reporter: there's no cleaning up the storm at the brian house in edgewater. an accident that police say can only be blamed on matter nature took their son kevin life. >> you would have never thought you driving down the road a tree falls on you and kill you. >> reporter: parts of 25-year- ol
CBS
Jul 1, 2012 8:00am EDT
news sunday morning starts now. >> this is wjz tv, wjz hd, and wjz.com. baltimore. >> from the city to the counties to your neighborhood. now is complete coverage. it's wjz, maryland's new station. >> in the dark, thousands of homes without power still as people brace for another day of high heat. the latest. >> welcome to eyewitness news this sunday. i'm gigi barnett. hundreds of thousands of people waiting for the power to cut back on after this weekend's deadly storm sends trees crashing to the ground and cutting power lines. now there is widespread damage. one of those trees on this homecoming is 71-year-old woman inside. in southern anne arundel county, a man died when a tree crashed through his car he was driving at the time. the roof blew right off this apartment building. a total of 800 people have been displaced. roofers are working to make sure they can return home but it will take weeks before those repairs are complete. the wjz has complete coverage of this monstrous storm and the statewide cleanup. meteorologist to williams at the first warning weather center monitoring
CBS
Jul 1, 2012 6:30pm EDT
that in baltimore city. and in an run dell 54 54,000 people remain in the dark. >>> now to bernadette woods. a lot going on. >> first we're going to start out with friday night's storms, this is still the big story of why we had these power outages. we had this line of thunderstorms come through. that whole line taking everybody down with it. we saw wind gusts over 70 miles per hour. we were talking about yesterday. that's equivalent to hurricane force wind gusts. you see it made its way to the eastern shore and eventually out to sea. behind it, a look at doppler radar and show you that what we have going on. here's a look at that storm. off to the northwest this is really building into a big complex and it's going to continue tracking to the east- northeast. this is still hours away. we could see these storms moving our direction. and so far they have had the history of being severe. now with all the power outages the other major issue is the heat. temperatures for the fifth day in a row in the 90s and they are up there in the 90s. during the day the dewpoints come down a little bit but it's sti
FOX News
Jun 30, 2012 7:00pm PDT
in annapolis, maryland giant tree burying a home. our viewer sent this a baltimore city police car crushed by a true. police patrol lines at a bp gas station, the only place for gas in town right now. if you have videos or pictures from the storm damaged areas please send them us to to ureport@foxnews.com or directly to me. or facebook.com/harrisfaulkner. remember stay safe when you senate. >>> the air force acknowledging it is looking into reports of sexual salt of female recruits. investigators saying there have been 31 victims women who say they've either been victims of sexual assault or misconduct by instructors, all of this happening at lackland airbase in texas over the past two years. first victim coming forward last june. 12 instructors under investigation, nine from the same squadron. molly henneberg on the story for us. the defense secretary weighing in. >> reporter: yes defense secretary panetta says he's very concerned. he says recruits are vulnerable during basic training and military leadership has to make sure instructors, don't take advantage of that situation. >> the comm
NBC
Jul 1, 2012 5:00am EDT
numbers. ñ' >> in this morning's education alert, several baltimore city middle and high schools have more space than they do students and that's one of the major concerns in a brand new 48-page report on school buildings which found plenty of empty space in middle and high schools. for example, just 38% of lake clifton high school complex is in use and only 33% of the building housing the baltimore i.t. academy is being used by students and staff. the school system's c.o.o. says part of the problem is a steady population shift. >> we've noticed for quite sometime there's been a drop in enrollment. some of the drop is attributed to the increase of pre-k to 8's. >> meantime, the district is pouring millions of dollars into buildings that may now be forced to merge or close but that won't happen until a series of public meetings over the summer. >> anne arundel county students and parents can expect some changes to the district's grading regulation, the teachers union calls it new and improved but will the changes affect the grades that show up on students' report cards? 11 education r
NBC
Jul 1, 2012 6:30pm EDT
it is not without controversy. >> reporter: like many cities baltimore has long sold ad space on trains and buses. now politicians here are seeing red. how unusual is it? >> it is unusual. >> reporter: councilman pete welsh is behind a proposal to sell ads on fire trucks to stop the cash strapped city from closing three stations for good. >> having advertisement puts control in the hands of the fire department itself. >> please don't shut down these companies. >> reporter: the city council just voted to support the measure. >> when i first heard about the bill i thought it was idiotic. why look like nascar? after the shock wore off this shows how far we have to go to think outside the box. >> reporter: apparently baltimore isn't the only town thinking outside that box. city leaders throughout the country are getting creative to make ends meet. chicago has sold ad space on some iconic bridges to bank of america. philadelphia has rented out a transit station to at and t. and the small town of brazil, indiana let kfc advertise its fiery chicken wing on fire hydrants. critics say it is not only a bad
SFGTV2
Jul 1, 2012 1:00am PDT
. but in moderation. on the lower left. we see a topographic map from a satellite. what you see in red is the city of baltimore. places where the sunlight does not hit the ground because it is all paved. it is to make sure that every footfall is secure and you cannot pay a bit of attention to it. many of you have been doing it for quite a few years now. it is not good to sleepwalk through life. that way we don't have to worry about a thing. there is no bond on the floor. it is designed to be controlled and removed our brains of for having to worry about the details. i use google for an hour or two or three every day and my work and in my life. what a wonderful tool. it reduces exercise in thought through the momentary process of looking up information. we don't have to know where we are anymore. we can have someone tell us exactly where we are in the world. and we are also adding noise by the way we live our lives. we can compensate by trading in our brains in recovery direction and we can use technology to do that. how do you reverse age-related cognitive decline? you have to work on the skills a
NBC
Jul 1, 2012 9:00am EDT
. the restrictions may be in effect until monday and baltimore officials are asking residents to use water wisely throughout the city's system so water tanks can refill. electric feeds to the pikesville pumping station have been impacted because of downed trees. >> one of the things we're encouraging everybody is to continue conserving through this heat wave because even though our reservoirs are in excellent condition right now. they're virtually filled, it takes a lot of energy, it takes a lot of work with the pumps at the infiltration plants to produce massive quantities of water beyond the normal amounts. >> curt coker says to avoid filling up pools or using power washers and to take quick showers until temperatures drop. the city department of public works is also opening its drop off centers around the city for residents to dispose of storm debris. there are five of those centers around the city. residents can bring in u-hauls and rental vehicles filled with all the debris. the centers will be open today from 9:00 until 3:00 and also open on monday and on tuesday. >> at least two deaths i
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